Île Rousseau, 1204 Geneva, Switzerland
About Île Rousseau
A lovely little island park nestled right at the center of the river Rhone. Linked by a bridge called Post des Bergues. Rousseau Island is a quiet tranquil place to have a break in the mids of sightseeing. It is one of the beautiful places to spend time with your family.
Attractions near Île Rousseau
The Pont du Mont-Blanc is a road bridge over the Rhône, located in the canton of Geneva, Switzerland. All along the bridge, fixed flag carriers are lined up on both sides. The bridge as it exists in 2007 is built on seven main steel girders for a total length of 252 meters. It is one of the architectural wonders in Switzerland.
The Brunswick Monument is a mausoleum built-in 1879 in the Jardin des Alpes in Geneva, Switzerland to commemorate the life of Charles II, Duke of Brunswick. He bequeathed his fortune to the city of Geneva in exchange for a monument to be built in his name, specifying that it be a replica of the Scaliger Tombs in Verona, Italy. The Grand Théâtre de Genève, opened in 1879, was built with the legacy. It was one of the ancient attractions in this area and also a nice tourist attraction.
The Horloge Fleurie is a truly unique clock, which is made of flowers and changes its colors according to the season. The Flower Clock is situated in the English Garden, one of the greenest parks in the city of Geneva. The acclaimed clock has been in service since 1951, over which period it has never stopped, nor been out of order. One of the beautiful attractions in this area which attracts a lot of tourists.
Spanning over about 25,000 sqft., Jardin Anglais also called the English Garden is home to the monumental L’Horloge Fleurie. Designed to mimic a quintessential English Landscape Garden, the garden also houses beautiful floral arrangements that change every season! Switzerland is heralded for its extraordinary watch industry, and the Flower Clock built inside the garden pays a symbolic tribute to the same.
Situated in the heart of Old Town Geneva, the Barbier-Müller Museum preserves, exhibits, and studies a collection that started in 1907. Today the collection contains thousands of artworks from tribal and classical Antiquity as well as sculptures, fabrics, and ornaments from around the world. Many of these items are priceless masterpieces. These “historic” items cannot be found anywhere else today, which makes this private collection the most important of its kind in the world.
Passage de Monetier is the former secret passage of Geneva, used as a part of a more complex system of hidden passages for unnoticed soldiers transfers and civilians escape. This monument dating from the 14th century. It is located in the old town, which it crosses right through. This historic passage is about 100 meters long in a zigzag way.
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